Posing during their Gameday photo shoot, Sean Cattouse, Zach Maynard and Isi Sofele do not look to be on the same page. Sean is trying to act tough and Isi is smiling about something. No idea what Zach is doing.
In the Cal men’s swimming team’s meet with Cal Poly this weekend, the rules dictated that neither team was to be declared winner. In spite of the rules, it was obvious which team left the pool with the more talented swimmers.
Coming into this weekend’s Cal Nike Invitational, the Cal women’s tennis team was sitting pretty. Four of the top five seeded players were Bears, including the top three – Jana Juricova, Tayler Davis and Annie Goransson. Although this is in part due to the lack of other top teams competing
Jeff Tedford doesn’t seem particularly happy with Saturday’s game. And this photo was taken before Cal’s loss.
After an injury-plagued freshman campaign, Keenan Allen is finally showing why he was a five-star recruit — and is turning into one of the best receivers, and players, in the country.
On picking up water polo: Parsons (started playing at age 15): “A buddy of mine was like, ‘Hey, jump in the pool!’ and I was like, ‘What, no way!’ I always played basketball and baseball, but I picked up (water polo) as a third sport.”
Gehan Injury Update: Adrienne Gehan suffered a dislocated left ankle last Friday night against Colorado. An MRI revealed ligament damage, though she did not break anything. The 6-foot-3 outside hitter is on crutches with a boot on her foot.
Sophomore forward Andrea Earle had a tremendous weekend, helping the Cal field hockey team take two out of three on its Midwest roadtrip. Over the three matches, Earle accumulated four points and three goals — including a two-goal performance against Kent State. Her play earned her NorPac West Offensive Player
When you interview an athlete who participated at the pinnacle of her sport, there is a lot to be said. Unfortunately, not all could fit in the back page of the newspaper. So here are some extras that was left out and contributed to the feature: Let’s start off with
Cal played essentially every player in uniform in its 63-12 win over Presbyterian on Saturday. Scotty the Scotsman apparently wanted in on the action too. The Blue Hose’s mascot left the right field area — where he had been looking sad and facing the wrong direction — to warm up his muscles